“Would be glad if Asia Cup went to…” is the favorite host country of Ravichandran Ashwin

Ravichandran Ashwin, a star spinner for India, suggested that the Asia Cup 2023 be moved to Sri Lanka rather than Pakistan.

There has been speculation that India will drop its name from the 2023 Asia Cup after Pakistan was given the hosting rights.

The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) chairperson Jay Shah disclosed last year that India will not travel to Pakistan for the Asia Cup due to security concerns.

Instead, the tournament will be held at a neutral location. The new location will be chosen during the second round of the ACC members’ Executive Board meeting in March.

“The final decision may be to move the Asia Cup to Sri Lanka. This is crucial preparation for the 50-over World Cup. Dubai has hosted numerous tournaments.

In a video posted to his YouTube channel. Ashwin stated, “I would also be pleased if it is moved to Sri Lanka.”

Ashwin stated in a video that was uploaded to his YouTube channel that Pakistan would not be able to skip the ODI World Cup in India. In the event that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) forbids them from traveling to their nation for the Asia Cup.

Pakistan was supposed to host the Asia Cup. However, India has stated that we will not participate if it takes place in Pakistan.

Change the location if you want us to be there. However, we would have witnessed this numerous times, correct?

“They will say that they will also not come to our place. When we say that Asia Cup will not go to their place,” Ashwin stated.

With their controversial statements, former Pakistan cricketers Javed Miandad and Ramiz Raja have already enraged Indian cricket fans.

Pakistan’s “ODI World Cup threat” was downplayed by the India spinner, implying that they cannot afford to miss the tournament.

Ashwin stated, “However, I believe that is not possible.” The Border-Gvaskar Trophy match between India and Australia will begin on Thursday, aside from this deadlock controversy. Nagpur will host the first Test match.

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